There are countless articles detailing the new age of career mobility for restless millennials with "job ADD". They cringe over stats that show that we stay in jobs for less than three years on average, and try desperately to align traditional company career tracks with disruptive employee retention trends. Personally, as a millennial, I’m a little tired of being painted as the problem generation.

But what if being a millennial doesn’t mean changing firms every three years but,